Orban opens service centre for legacy products

Centre will provide parts, services and trade-in programs for older models
The service centre will service products such as the Optimod 8500.
The service centre will service products such as the Optimod 8500.

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Orban, a company that specialises in audio processing, has established a legacy service centre in Arizona to service all legacy Orban products.

Jay Brentlinger, VP of Orban Labs, Inc., will also serve as president of this new entity, Orban Legacy Service, Inc. “Orban products are legendary for their sound and reliability, with some models built in the 1970s still in service today after more than 42 years of continuous 24-hour operation,” Brentlinger said. “Orban’s factory service kept many of these same models serviced, repaired and updated over the years, and those products may still be in service for many more years to come. Our goal in forming this new division is to ensure that our loyal customers will continue to have the same quality of factory parts and service that they have come to expect over the years.”

Brentlinger said in addition to providing parts and service, the service center will offer trade-in programs for older models that have reached end-of-life.

“Jay and his team are well-equipped to keep legendary Orban products running for many years to come,” said David Day, Orban’s President. “Our sonic quality combined with world-class service and reliability will ensures that Orban will remain the world leader in audio processing for Radio, TV and Internet broadcasting.”

 

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